The German book market has been shaken up by a surprise merger between two major bookselling companies.
German bookstore chain Thalia reported preliminary figures in line with expectation for fiscal 2017.
Anja Sieg looks at how booksellers across the world are upping their game.
Booksellers around the world have been enduring tough times in recent years. But it seems that the tide is finally turning—not only in the UK,... Read more
The announcement that US private equity firm Advent International has finally found a buyer for Germany’s largest brick-and-mortar bookseller Thalia had long been expected.... Read more
A major stake in German book chain Thalia has been sold to the German Herder family, which runs a longstanding publishing house of the same... Read more
Speculations are bubbling up again in Germany that a sale of book chain Thalia is on the horizon.
The bookselling landscape throughout Europe is in a state of flux. A look at the performance of major book retailers on the continent in the... Read more
Less than four weeks after Advent appointed the investment bank Macquarie to find a buyer for its German bookselling operation Thalia, the US... Read more
The dismantling of German retailing group Douglas by its American owners Advent International is gathering pace, and with it speculation that a sale of the... Read more